Everton handed Massive injury boost as star finally returns against Burnley


Everton defender Seamus Coleman has been missing in action since last season due to a full ligament rupture

According to the injury expert, despite the long timetable for the Toffees captain’s comeback, it is not an ACL rupture that would have kept him out until the end of the year.

While it’s difficult to say whether he’ll be ready to play for the under-21s, it may be a step in the right direction.

Brar, a physical therapist and sports scientist, spoke exclusively to Goodison News about his situation:”The club has been tight-lipped about Coleman’s injury details; all we know is that it’s a knee injury that isn’t the ACL.”

“Because it’s been a while, it’s possible that it’s a full ligament rupture that doesn’t involve the ACL.”

“Difficult to say if he’s ready for U21s but he will need a methodical ramp-up and bounce matches, and that could be a way of achieving that soon.”

Coleman was back in full training for Everton at the end of October, indicating that he is on the mend, according to Sean Dyche.

However, given his extended layoff, rushing him back may not be the best idea in the world, and he may return for reserves in the following days.

The chances of him returning for the cup match against Burnley on Wednesday, 1 November, are slim, but he could make the bench in subsequent games.

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